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    ADC - Combining multiple gating/trigger signals

    Hi all,

    Is it at all possible to combine multiple gating or trigger signals for a given ADC request source? In other words, is it possible to configure, for instance, a queue source, such that triggers A and B can both activate it? Thank you in advance.

    Best regards,

    Andrey

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    I think that you cannot do this, at least directly in the ADC. Maybe you can use the ERU to combine the triggers that you want and use the trigger/gating inputs connected to the ERU.

    Do you know the specific triggers that you want to combine?

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    Hi apereira,

    ERU seems like it could work. However, combining multiple triggers seems to work poorly for whatever I am trying to do - it appears that it is best to use multiple groups, of which one is triggered with trigger A and the other one is triggered with trigger B. If trigger B is in any way dependent on trigger A, then ERU might be able to connect them.

    Thank you the advice!

    Best regards,

    Andrey

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